The on-field woes for the Buffalo Bills are being reflected in appetite for tickets to the NFL American football franchise’s home games, with prices starting at $6 (£4.60/€5.25) for matches at New Era Field before the turn of the year.
After reaching the playoffs for the first time since 1999 last season, the Bills are enduring a difficult campaign in 2018 with Sunday’s 41-9 thrashing by the Chicago Bears sinking the team to a record of 2-7.
Numerous local media outlets have now reported on a distinct lack of interest in the Bills’ upcoming home games. Indeed, tickets are today (Tuesday) being advertised on the site of NFL official ticket exchange partner Ticketmaster for as low as $6 for the December 16 clash against the Detroit Lions.
The visit of the Jacksonville Jaguars on November 25 comes with a starting ticket price of $9, with the New York Jets clash on December 9 available for $8 and the game against the Miami Dolphins on December 30 starting at $10.
The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle newspaper notes that these prices come with the cost of buying a beer at New Era Field standing at $10.